DWI: Beyond Reasonable Doubt

In order to be convicted of a crime, such as a DWI, you must be proven guilty beyond a reasonable doubt.  This means that there are no logical reasons or situations in which you did not commit the crime of which you are accused.  In DWI cases, police officers will use breath or blood tests determining your blood alcohol content as proof you are guilty beyond a reasonbable doubt. 

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